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2020 sure didn't go as planned. COVID-19 forced us to postpone our 2020 biennial until June of 2021. But knock us down and we just get up stronger. Our charitable mission is more important than ever "to bring thought-provoking art to our public spaces in order to in inspire, engage and enrich community life". We've regrouped, recalibrated, and re-engaged with a stronger artist line-up than ever.

We are counting down to CAFKA.21. Get ready to be inspired in new and challenging ways, all in a safe and socially-distanced environment. Staff and volunteers are very busy collaborating with artists to develop some of the brightest and best contemporary public art in Canada, but our new plans need support from you! Accessing new technologies, developing new artist skills, and the increasing costs of supplies are posing some new obstacles. 

Help us hurdle through these challenges and bring people together in innovative and creative ways. Thanks to your generous support we raised $3865 in our 2020 year end giving campaign. Every single gift is cherished. If you missed the deadline for our year end giving campaign, you can still make a donation. As a CAFKA donor, you’ll have first access to our art events.

Please connect and give through: https://www.cafka.org/page/line-donation-form

If you prefer to donate by cheque, you can mail your donation to our CAFKA office address.

CAFKA is a registered Canadian charity whose activities are made possible with the active participation of its many volunteers and the support of its members, donors, funders and sponsors. 

CAFKA produces an international biennial exhibition of art projects in the public spaces of the Region of Waterloo, FREE and accessible for everyone to attend. Public art can transform the way we use and view common spaces, it can challenge preconceived ideas, and it can bring communities together. Please give the gift of public art to your community: help ignite conversations, start new friendships, and create experiences where we all fall in love a little bit with our city.